When Can You Sue for a Workplace Injury?
How to Pursue the Maximum Compensation for Your Injury
If you suffered an injury at your place of work, our personal injury attorneys in Bellevue, TN want you to know that you have options. In addition to a claim for workers compensation, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against negligent parties. This way, you can ensure that anyone responsible for causing your damages is held accountable, and that you have the financial support you need to recover.
At Bill Easterly & Associates, we are dedicated advocates for victims of negligence. For more than 25 years, we have been helping clients like you pursue justice for the reckless and careless actions of others. With our help, our clients have secured millions of dollars’ worth of recoveries. Don’t let colleagues, manufacturers, or employers get away with negligence; take action to seek compensation for your workplace injury today!
Circumstances that Sanction Personal Injury Suits
Most employers are insured with workers’ compensation in order to ensure that the company and its employees are protected in the event of an accident. Through workers’ compensation, you can file a claim for your injury and, if approved, will likely receive a minimum settlement. However, this is not always adequate to cover all of your medical bills, your loss of wages, and your pain and suffering. Thus, our team of legal professionals can help you understand additional ways you can recover compensation.
For example, if your accident was the result of machinery or equipment that failed due to a defect or danger, you may be able to pursue a defective product injury claim against the machine’s manufacturers. Companies that manufacture products, especially powerful machines and equipment have a responsibility to ensure that their products are safe for sale, consumption, and use. Failure to do so is considered negligence and grounds for a liability lawsuit.
Our lawyers can help you file personal injury claims in the following scenarios:
- You were injured by a toxic substance at work.
- An employer’s intentional conduct caused your injury.
- Your workplace injury was caused by a third party.
- Your employer is not protected by workers’ compensation.
Furthermore, in addition to personal injury lawsuits, if your injury is preventing you from working or fulfilling your duties, you may also be eligible to pursue a Social Security Disability claim. Your options for finding the financial support that you need for your injury are endless. Our firm can thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your accident to determine the best course of action to secure maximum compensation.
Gain Dedicated Legal Counsel
At Bill Easterly & Associates, our personal injury lawyers have the experience and passion that you need to ensure you can recover quickly and get back to work. We know that when it comes to workplace injuries, you may feel backed into a corner by your employer’s stingy workers’ compensation benefits. Fortunately, you do have options, and we can do everything in our power to help you take full advantage of them and receive the fair settlement you deserve.
Contact our team to get started today. We’ll review your case for free!